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Publication from the Lin Lab published in Toxicological Sciences Journal

See below for the link to Dr. Zhoumeng Lin Lab’s newest publication, “Development and Application of an Interactive Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (iPBPK) Model to Predict Oxytetracycline Tissue Distribution and Withdrawal Intervals in Market-Age Sheep and Goats,” with lead author Dr. Md Mahbubul Huq Riad, a Postdoctoral Fellow in the…

Dr. Tara Sabo-Attwood delivers keynote at SETAC Africa 10th Biennial Conference

Dr. Tara Sabo-Attwood delivered a keynote talk titled “Don’t Let Your Defenses Down: A Role for Environmental Chemicals in Infectious Disease Susceptibility” at the Society of Toxicology and Chemistry Africa 10th Biennial Conference on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021. Click the link above to read more about Dr. Sabo-Attwood’s biography and a…

Steven Peterson, MPH Named as One of PHHP’s 2021 Outstanding Alumni

The College of Public Health and Health Professions has recognized one of our EGH alumni, Steven Peterson, MPH Environmental Health Concentration, with a 2021 Outstanding Alumni Award. Mr. Peterson, among thirteen other award winners, will be recognized at a virtual celebration on September 24th. Read more about Mr. Peterson and other…

Karen Coker & Andrew Rainey of PhD in Public Health One Health program receive funding through the CTSI TL1 predoctoral training program

Karen Coker, Ph.D. in Public Health (One Health) student, and Tyler Nesbit, a Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences Ph.D. student, have been selected for funding through the CTSI TL1 predoctoral training program. Andrew Rainey, another Ph.D. in Public Health (One Health) student, and Lisa Emerson, a Department of Microbiology…

Dr. Rachel Yoho receives Rising Star Award from the UF Center for Teaching Excellence

The Rising Star Awards recognize faculty for their commitment to ongoing educational improvements and excellence. Rising Star faculty participate in professional development of teaching activities through the Center for Teaching Excellence. Visit the Rising Star Requirements page to learn more. Dr. Rachel Yoho, Ph.D. • Passport to Great Teaching for New…

Drs. Sabo-Attwood, Kane, Bisesi, and colleagues published an article on “Nano-scale Applications in Aquaculture: Opportunities for Improved Production and Disease Control” in the Journal of Fish Diseases.

“Nano-scale Applications in Aquaculture: Opportunities for Improved Production and Disease Control” Abstract Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food-production sector and is vital to food security, habitat restoration and endangered species conservation. One of the continued challenges to the industry is our ability to manage aquatic disease agents that can rapidly…

Dr. Yoho and Dr. Wood facilitated a roundtable discussion at the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Annual Meeting in January focused on “Reimagining Diversity and Inclusion in Public Health and the Health Professions.”

Dr. Yoho and Dr. Wood facilitated a roundtable discussion at the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Annual Meeting in January focused on “Reimagining Diversity and Inclusion in Public Health and the Health Professions.”  The abstract for the roundtable is available in the conference program: https://www.eventscribe.com/upload/planner/PDFs/aacu-am21-final-program_68.pdf…